I’m at the point in my brush lettering where I’m trying to narrow down my style by practicing with fonts. I’ve done a lot of workbooks and know the basics, and will continue to practice (never stop practicing!) but I like to try new styles and see if they fit me. Everyone is different, of course, and my style is not going to be your style. And that’s totally ok.
So, I created a practice sheet. This is my first ever practice sheet but after looking at all the workbooks and seeing what’s out there, I decided to make my own. The fonts are NOT mine, but commercial fonts that I thought I’d try. Again, whenever I make things for learning, you guys benefit because I like to share the love around.
The Lettering Practice Sheet
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How to Use the Font Practice Sheet:
You can certainly letter over this if you print it on smooth paper, however, I also like using tracing paper so I can reuse the sheet for practice. Use a small pen like the Pentel Sign Brush Pen or the Fudenosuke. The larger brush pens might be difficult to use with this sheet.
If you have a font that you really like and would like me to create a worksheet out of it, let me know. I’ll see what I can do!